Boston: Bates and Guild Company, 1900. Leather bound. One volume. Folio. English Household Furniture. Mainly designed by Chippendale, Sheraton, Adams, and others of the Georgian Period. One hundred plates, illustrating three hundred and forty-eight examples. Bound in three quarter black morocco between canvas boards, top edge gilt, spine in gilt decorations, raised bands, gilt title.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1928. Leather_bound. Two volumes. Octavo. First Edition. Abraham Lincoln 1809 - 1858. Illustrated with portraits and maps diagram.Bound in three quarter blue morocco, spine gilt motif of eagle, armour shield, gilt title, raised bands, top edge gilt, decorative marbled endpaper.
London: John Murray, 1855. Full leather. Six volumes. Octavo.The Poetical Works of Lord Byron, a new edition with potrait frontispiece illustration and table of contents. Bound in full tan tree calf leather, gilt floral decorations to spine, brown gilt title labels, raised bands, all edges marbled with endpaper.
London: George G. Harrap and Company, 1933. Full leather. Four volumes. Octavo. First Edition. Marlborough His Life And Times, by Winston S. Churchill. Illustrated throughout with portraits, maps, diagrams, and facsimile letters. Bound in full red crushed morocco by Bayntun Binders, gilt decoration to spine of brums and bugle horn, gilt title, raised bands, front cover single gilt rule line and gilt signature of Winston Churchill, all edges gilt, leather turn-ins, decorative endpaper.
London: Cassell and Company, 1948. Full leather. Six volumes. Octavo. First Edition. The Second World War, by Winston Spencer Churchill. Illustrated with maps and diagrams. Bound by Sotheran in full red morocco, single gilt rule to boards and spine, gilt titles, raised bands, all edges gilt, leather turn-ins.
Edinburgh: John Grant, 1902. Leather_bound. Four volumes. Thick quartos, The History of the Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha. Translated from the Spanish by P.A. Motteux. The Edition-De-Luxe with plates in three states is limited to one hundred and thirty copies which this is number 104. Bound in three quarter wine marocco over marbled boards, gilt title, raised bands, marbled endpaper.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1860. Full leather. One volume. Octavo. A Tale Of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, with illustrations by H.K. Browne with sixteen plates.Bound in full tan polished calf, single gilt ruled line to covers, spine gilt decoration with purple and green title labels, raised bands, all edges gilt, marbled endpaper, gilt turn-ins.
London: H.S. NIchols, 1859. Full leather. Eight volumes. Octavo. Celebrated Crimes. Translated by I.G. Burnham, illustrated with photogravures in two states, limited to one hundred copies which this is number seventeen. Bound in full tan polished calf, gilt floral decorations to spine, raised bands, maroon and brown gilt title labels, gilt turn-ins, decorative endpapers.
London: 1923. Full leather. Five volumes. Octavo. Essay of Montaigne. Translated by Charles Cotton to which are added some account of the life of Montaigne, notes, a translation of all the letters known to be extant, and an enlarge index with portraits, edited by Willam Carew Hazlitt. Handsomely bound in full red morocco, covers with radiant green inlaid heraldic frame and gilt looping tendrils enclosing floral centerpiece decorations, triple gilt ruled line to corners, spine in six compartments with gilt decorations between raised banding, gilt titles, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt turn-ins.
New York: The Tandy-Thomas Company, 1909. Leather_bound. twelve volumes. Octavo. The Historians Of Greece. Translated from ancient Greek by Benjamin Jowett, illustrated to frontispiece and title tissue guard. Bound in three quarter brown morocco, marbled boards, gilt title, raised bands, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1884. Leather bound. One volume. Octavo. First edition. American Yachts Their Clubs And Races, by Jerrold Kelley. Illustrated with outline drawings of on water-color sketches by Frederic Cozzens. Bound in three quarter black morocco, marbled boards, gilt title, raised bands, top edge gilt, marled endpaper.
New York: Harper and Brothers, 1851. Leather_bound. Two volumes. Tall octavo. First edition. The Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution, or illustrations by pen and pencil of the history, biography, scenery, relics, and traditions of war for independence. Several hundred engravings on wood by Lossing and Barritt, chiefly from original sketches by the author.Bound by Brentanos in three quarter maroon marocco, cloth boards, spine gilt decoration of the U.S. Military shield, gilt title, raised bands, marbled endpaper.
London: Groiler Society, Circa 1900s. Leather_bound. Thriteen volumes. Octavo. The History of Egypt by Gaston Maspero, containing over twelve hundred colored plates and illustrations. Bound by the publisher's in three quarter green morocco over marbled boards, spine gilt floral decorations and title, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper.
Edinburgh: Archibald Constable and Company, 1819. Full calf. Five volumes. Octavo. Memoirs of the Duke of Sully, Prime Minister of Henry The Great: With The Trial of Francis Ravaillac, for the Murder of Henry The Great. Illustrated portrait frontispiece. Bound in full tan tree calf, (spine rebacked). floral decoration with red and green title labels, marbled edges.
London: George Allen, Sunnyside, Orpington, 1893. Full leather. Three volumes. Folio. Fifth edition. The Stones of Venice by John Ruskin. Illustrations drawn by the artist. Bound in full navy blue morocco, blind and gilt tooling to covers and spine, gilt title, raised bands, top edge gilt, blue marbled endpaper.
London: Privately Published, 1922. Full leather. Five volumes. Octavo. The Heptameron of the Tales of Margaret, Queen of Navarre. Translated into English from authentic text from Le Roux De Lincy, with essay upon the Heptameron by George Saintsbury. Seventy-three full-page engravings and one hundred and fifty head and tail pieces. Privately printed for the Navarre Society Limited. Handsomely bound in full red morocco, radiant green inlaid heraldic frame with looping tendrils enclosing gilt floral centerpiece decoration to covers, triple gilt rule lines to corners, spine in six compartments with gilt decorations between raised banding, gilt titles, top edge gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt turn-ins.
Edinburgh: Cadell and Company, 1829. Full leather. Seventy-four volumes. Small Octavo. The Writings of Sir. Walter Scott the Waverley Novels. ALL FIRST EDITION.Bound by Morrell Binder in full tan morocco covers and spine gilt decorations, red and black title labels, all edges gilt, leather turn-ins.
London: Virtue and Company Limited. Full leather. Two volumes. Large quarto. The Plays of William Shakspere, the Imperial Edition, edited by Charles Knight, with illustrations on steel from pictures by C.W Cope, W.P. Frith, C.R. Leslie, D. Maclise, E.M. Ward, C. Clint, H.S. Marks W.Q. Orchardson, and others.Bound in full red morocco, heavy gilt decorations of theatrical motif, to covers and spine, raised bands, gilt title, all edges gilt.
Full leather. Three volumes. Large quarto. Picturesque Europe. A delineation by pen and pencil of the natural features and the picturesque and historical places of Great Britian and the continent. Illustrated on steel and wood by European and American artist. Bound in full dark brown morocco, blind and gilt tooling to covers and spine, gilt title, raised bands, all edges gilt. decorative marbled endpaper.
Philadelphia: George Barrie and Son, 1907. Full leather. Ten volumes. Octavo. Women In All Ages And In All Countries, Greek Women, Roman Woman, Early Christianity Women, Oriental Women, Mediveal France Women, Romance of Women in Countries, Women of Modern France, Women of the Teutons Nations, Women of England, Women of America. This edition is printed on Japan vellum paper is limited to one thousand numbered and registered sets of which this is number 627, colored frontispiece and other illustrations through-out set.Bound in full kelly green crushed morocco, boards gilt decorations of scrolling fluerons to corners, gilt titles, raised bands, top edge gilt, inner boards central red and green morocco with double gilt ruled line, red silk doublures. A fine and beautiful set.
London: Harper and Brothers, 1902. Leather_bound. One volume. Octavo. Madame De Pompadour by Noel Williams, with sixteen photogravures and extra illustrated with eighteen additional portraits. Bound in three quarter red morocco, marbled board, raised bands, spine gilt decoration motif, top edge gilt, marbled endpaper.